OMEP Auckland membership form
Please refereence your name with the payment and send to omepauckland@gmail.com 

OMEP Auckland Chapter
The Auckland Chapter of OMEP has a committee of office holders (Chairperson, Secretary and Treasurer) and committee members elected at the AGM. The committee meets regularly, usually on the first Monday of each month, from 5.30 pm - 7.30 pm. The venue is the Air Training Corps Headquarters, Ventura Building, Gate 3, Unitec Campus, Carrington Road, Mt Albert. Any members who are interested are very welcome to join the committee at these meetings.  

Committee members for 2016/2017 are:
Chairperson: Nola Harvey nolaharveynz@gmail.com
Secretary: Marianne Kayes
Treasurer: Gemma Henrys

Committee: Sophie Foster, Pauline Bishop, Kala Sundararaj, Nilmini Gamage, Eve Stevenson, Mel Wong, Charlotte Robertson, Helen Wrightson, Gayathree Goonewardene, Julie Dent and Linda Petrenko 

Seminars and professional development workshops held throughout the year are free for all OMEP members. All OMEP workshops and seminars are advertised to people on our members' and honorary members' email list, and 
also on the Auckland Chapter website, our Facebook page, and advertised in the   Education Gazette. Workshops and seminars are open to Non-members at a small charge. 

If you want to know more about any of our activities, you are welcome to contact Marianne (mikayes@gmail.com). For more general enquiries including membership, and/or to be added on the mailing list, please email omepauckland@gmail.com

News
Coming up: 

OMEP Members, IPA Members and students free
$15:00 for non-members

Join OMEP Auckland to hear well-known advocate for children's rights in Aotearoa New Zealand, Dr Sarah Te One. 

This interactive presentation will look at how we can use our working theories to advocate for children and their rights. 

Starting with the global overview, Dr Sarah Te One will provide a child rights framework for advocacy at the local level. There will be two themes:

-  What makes an effective advocate?

-  How can we use global expertise to influence local practices? 

 

Dr Sarah Te One is the Chair of ACYA, Aotearoa NZ’s Country Focal Point for the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child. She has been an advocate for children’s rights and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child for many years, combining her research with her professional practice in the early childhood education sector.

Monday, 3 July 2017 from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm (NZST)

J3 Lecture Theatre, University of Auckland Epsom Campus
Epsom Avenue
Epsom
Auckland 1023

OMEP Members free, $15:00 for non-members

Please register through Eventbrite (copy and paste into your browser):
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